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brutally attacked inside her high school bathroom. that teenager died and tonight hundreds packed inside this wilmington school looking for help to keep this from ever happening again. good evening, i'm lucy noland. >> i'm iain page. tonight we still do not know how that teenager died, and there are still no charges. fox 29's dave schratwieser was inside tonight's pack meeting and joins us live in wilmington tonight. dave. >> reporter: iain overflow crowd gathered in wilmington students, parents and community members all trying to cope with the death of 16-year-old amy frances joyner.
>> teach to us love each other inspite of our differences. >> they came by the hundreds in wilmington monday night to talk about the death of 16-year-old amy frances joyner and try to heal the pain from the violent ordeal that ended the tenth grader's live last week. >> we need to stop the fighting and we need more security, because this should not happen. >> it was an isolated incident but it was sad tragedy. >> reporter: overflow crowd of friends, family and classmates gathered at the stubs elementary school with experts and local authorities as they tried to help the community cope with amy's death. amy died after a brutal beating in a girl's bathroom last thursday morning. >> we have some more witnesses that we need to speak to. we're working in collaboration with our attorney generals to determine what the charges may be. >> reporter: councilman darius brown himself a graduate of howard high school called the meeting. >> we are educating informed parents and students of how we can mitigate and resolve issues so it doesn't escalate to what
occurred. >> our children are being terrorized by what they read, what is said about them. >> dozens of people took to the microphone asking questions and offering solutions to social media bullying, violence and parenting issues. some called for better school security and it got loud and testy at times. >> had he hurting down here. >> all we got to do is come together as community. >> we should never have waited until something tragic like this happened. >> reporter: school officials say counseling will be available to students throughout the week this week. the chief of police says that the coroner's report is still being gone over by authorities and he says he expects the investigation to be concluded by the end of the week. he seemed to be indicating tonight some sort of charges will be filed when that investigation is concluded. he would not give specifics. iain. >> all right, dave, thank you.
skyfox live over what is still a mess on the pennsylvania turnpike tonight. all eastbound lanes are still shut down at willow grove after a deadly tractor trailer crash. this afternoon you could traffic still backed up as drivers are dee pouring. we are told the lanes could be shut down through 1:00 a.m. as crash investigators continue their work. this is what the scene look like near feasterville trophy voce just after 3:00 this afternoon. police say a car was under that tractor trailer and that several people were inside the car. at least one person in the car died. still don't know tonight what started the crash. you decide 2016 candidates on both sides of the presidential race are flooding the area before tomorrow's primary. hillary clinton, bernie sanders, donald trump and john kasich of have all been in philadelphia at some point today pushing for every vote they can get. >> according to the fox 29 pin savvy poll hillary clinton is out pacing independent bernie sanders among likely democratic voters by less than 10%. while in the republican race
drum is that leading with almost half of those polled compared to ted cruz and john kasich. several events drawing huge crowds and lines around the block. >> tomorrow primaries in pennsylvania and delaware. sad brat tin is live in university city where bernie sanders event just wrapped up. you spoke one-on-one with him tonight and we'llly pushed him about how long he plans to stay in this race. >> reporter: we did. wily made him a little late for this rally as a result it just ended a short time ago here at the athletic center at drexel university a young proud primarily they are his base and guys as you mentioned also in town today hillary clinton, donald trump, and john kasich. >> senator bernie sanders in philadelphia tonight hoping to play catch up in the polls tuesday. new fox 29 poll is out for pennsylvania showing you down allege points right now. independents can't vote for you tomorrow. how do you pull this out? >> well, we have a rally tonig tonight. we have many thousands people out.
we're doing everything we can to increase the voter turn out. generally speaking not always but polls have often underestimated how we do on election day. >> polls finds should clinton and trump be their party's nominees, more than a quarter of those sanders supporters surveyed would turn their support to donald trump and not to senator clinton. >> to win a national election you know we will bernie sanders will get almost all the democratic votes but i think we'll get a lot more of the independent votes than would hillary clinton. >> would you drop out if you're mathematically eliminate. >> no. >> staying in through californ california. meanwhile 20 blocks away hillary clinton rallying the troops outside city hall talking gun control as the city see as spike in recent high profile shootings and murder. >> we did an event here in philadelphia last week where you had mothers who had lost children. doesn't matter where they lived, doesn't matter who they are, they are members of a club none of us want ever to join.
>> reporter: on the republican side, john kasich shaking hands in philadelphia as republican frontrunner trump speaking in west chester blasting him and ted cruz over their new alliance aimed at lowering trump's delegate count. >> by the way, did you see that joined forces? boo! >> i've been doing this for 10 months, and these two guys they're politicians all their lives that's all they do and now they joined forces and you kept hearing oh, they're doing well, they're doing well. i have millions of votes more than each one of them. >> reporter: again we're outside here as bernie sanders rally just wrapped up a couple big named actors kind of kicking off this show earlier tonight. susan serandon and kendrick samson. will it all pay off for bernie sanders or some of the others? of course we'll fine out election day tomorrow. guys, back to you. >> brad, thank you. pennsylvania voters are also going to cast their ballots for u.s. senate primary and who will take on republican senator pat toomey in november.
democrat katie mcginty governor wolf potions former of staff is leading former congressman joe sestak 39 to 34%. john feather man has got the vote of 14% of those polled. remember after you cast your ballot tomorrow tune in for the results tomorrow night fox 29 news at 10:00 and then stay with us at 11:00 for special extended coverage of the primaries in pennsylvania and delaware. undecided 13%. on your radar. more heat and storms on the way. live look at reading as most of us are still hovering in the mid 60s right now. kathy, you're tracking not only more sun but storms. >> um-hmm. you know they go together. summertime weather is coming our way and you can see some showers moving toward the delaware valley we have a front moving our way that will put us in the slight risk of severe weather. the highest risk is out west. but about 47 million people will be in this end hasn'ted risk in the delaware valley as part of that. the possibility of damaging winds and even hail with these storms mainly in the afternoon.
this front is going to stall. that means the rain threat will be around the region for a good part of this week. so coming up, in the seven day forecast, we'll talk about the best chance of making it to 80 degrees, plus the severe weather threat and primary rain dodging the drops as you get out the vote tomorrow. i'll see you a little bit later on in the broadcast with that. >> all right, kathy, thank you. 15-year-old girl has died after being hit by a car in gloucester county, new jersey. it happened saturday night at sicklerville just after 8:00. police say the teen was crossing route 42 near shoppers lane near a carnival when she was hit. the 21-year-old driver did stay at the scene. at this point he has not been charged with any crimes. montgomery county coroner's office is now saying the man shot inside a local church was hit over and over again. 27-year-old robert braxton later died ton night family, friends and community members are remembering the life of braxton. fox 29's shawnette wilson is in montgomery county with more details. shawnette. lucy the church held a
prayer service tonight at the skippack location that is a different location than the shooting happened. also, earlier this evening, the family held a vigil at a nearby park for their loved one. >> one day i look forward to seeing you and embracing you again. to you we lift your spirit to you god i'll be in your piece forever. >> tearful heart broken father leads family and friends in a balloon release in memory of his son 27-year-old robert braxton. he was shot to death yesterday inside the church he attended keystone fellowship in montgomery. >> my daughter said why? why my son had to die? >> dozens formed a prayer circle at gazebo park near the township municipal building. >> just unfortunate that he was taken away at this young age, but as you see today with how many people showed up he was loved by so many. >> this is a picture of robert seen on the right alongside his mother and younger brother. >> he loved his family.
he loved his extended family, his friends, loved basketball. loved the outdoors. >> investigators say fellow parishioners shot robert during sunday morning worship inside the church packed with hundreds of people. they believe a fight broke out before the man shot robert several time. >> don't bring a gun to church. >> you're supposed to be safe. that's the one place you're supposed to be safe. >> reporter: after the vigil church leaders held a prayer service at skippack campus. >> seeking our father for answers. we're not trying to assume that we know what is best or that we know what to do next. >> reporter: robert's friends say he was kind hearted and the glue that kept them together. >> he's with the one he wants to be with. that's god and jesus. >> reporter: back here live investigators are still trying to determine if the shooting was lawful. they say the shooter does have a permit to carry a concealed weapon and they say he is cooperating. iain? >> shawnette,. bill cosby's criminal case in montgomery county will go forward after an appeals court decision today. the pennsylvania superior court rejected cosby' as tempt to stop
the case because of what he called a deal not to prosecute him. the 78-year-old is facing trial in montgomery county over 2,004 encounter at his home with then temple university employee. the woman says she was drugged and molester. cosby says they engaged in consensual sex acts. former prosecutor bruce castor says he promised he would never prosecute cosby. urged him to testify in the women's civil lawsuit. the release of that testimony last year led to a new prosecutor to arrest him inform his deposition, cosby acknowledges a series of a affairs and says he got quaaludes to give to women he hoped to seduce. ♪ dramatic seconds almost take teen's life. this truck comes crashing down trapping the boy's head. who just happened to be driving by that helped save his life and -- passengers screaming in the dark on a packed train. they say they can hear explosions. what was happening as they could only watch and wait.
and watch this guy just help himself to several cartons of cigarettes inside a local wawa but it doesn't end here. what police say he did at the same wawa the very next day. he comes home to fine his door kicked in, dozens of guns stolen months later they ended up in the hands avenue criminal. >> i thought that maybe they would have gone on the ball a little quicker we might have got them all back and got them off the street. thought that all along. but they just never done a thi thing. >> why prosecutors thought he was the bad guy. fox 29 investigates is next. most new wealth flows it's called a rigged economy, and this is how it works. to the top 1%. it's
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from this wawa store not once but twice. the first time on april 4th 1 of them walked behind the counter and took two cartons of newports they took off in white mitsubishi is he danny. fast forward to april 20th the same white car pulled up to the store and the group walked in and one of them walk out with a whole case of newports. if you recognize them, or the car, knowing anything about this, give upper darby police call. well, three people out of their home after a fire tour through their house this afternoon. fire crews responded just before 1:30 to the row home on the 2300 block of north colorado street in north philadelphia. firefighters were able to quickly get the fire under control and red cross is now assisting those who are out of their homes tonight. yet another state of violence on philadelphia streets. police were on the scene right after a guy shot and killed a 21-year-old man in cedarbrook and it happened as that man was talking to a candidate for the pennsylvania house of representatives. and the violence did not end there. >> today the candidate spoke to
fox 29's bill anderson about witness ago truly horrific act. >> took a piece of my literatu literature, and i said to my -- my teammate, i said, get his information, because we want him on our team. i go inside the corner store to finish putting up the poster, and shortly after that, i hear gunshot. >> reporter: unfortunately, violence in philadelphia happens all too often but rarely is it as brazen as the murder in broad daylight in cedarbrook sunday in front of a candidate for the pennsylvania house of representatives. >> i go outside and i see that same young man on his back with blood pouring out of the his head. >> reporter: chris vac professor, author and candidate and had just spoken to 21-year-old alex cherry about volunteering for his campaign when a man walked up and shot cherry in an apparent execution. >> and then i hear get down, get
down! second series of gunshots because apparently he came back to make sure that this young man was dead. >> reporter: in sitting down and talking to rabb, he's obviously shaken by what happened and trying to come to terms with feeling as if you've reached someone just minutes too late to possibly help them. >> when you see a young man, not a cardboard character, not a two dimensional figure, not a stereotype, but a real human being flesh and blood his name and phone number were in my friend's phone. he was going to be our newest member. >> reporter: police believe the shooting may be gang related because another young man was similarly murdered just hours later and blocks away. with so many of these cases the police are now looking for some help to get these killers off the streets. in another scary twist, rabb's own young children were supposed to be with him on the campaign trail that day but got called away on a last minute weekend
trip or they would have been there. rabb told me that scary as all of this is it just reinforced how important it is for all of to us come together and tried to something about all this violence on the streets. in the newsroom i'm bill anterior anderson fox 29 news. a man is in critical condition after being shot five times in philadelphia's ogontz neighborhood. it happened around 12:00 this afternoon. on the 5800 block of old york road. witnesses saw a man run into a nearby residence. police say he and two other men barricaded themselves inside the home for a little while. then all three men were taken into custody just before 1:00 o'clock. skyfox checking out road construction in delaware. a crack opened on joint be 19 a bridge spanning i-95 southbound just before the route 896 off-ramp. deldot spent morning working on the two left lanes of the bridge in newark before moving on to the two right lanes much those two right lanes will stay closed for inspection until 11:30 tonight. crews will start to
make permanent repairs as of sunday. new jersey governor kris tee's democratic nominee for the state supreme court won final approval in the state senate. walter tim pone is a criminal defense attorney and former federal prosecutor. the senate vote dad 32-one to approve his nomination. the makeup of the seven member court before tim pone's approval includes two democrat not 98ed justice ups four republicans picked one. judge mary catherine cuff has been serving since 2012. >> joe biden has been stumping in philadelphia but today round of campaigning wasn't for any of the candidates run fog president. he made a stop at mayfair diner this afternoon establishment democrats including vice-president biden and president obama have largely thrown their support behind mcginn begin tee over her main rival joe says steak. nominee who wins tomorrow senate primary will square off against republican incumbent pat toomey in november. so iain, if you are looking
forward to ride your hoverboard down the shore this morning -- i know you don't have one. >> a lot of people are. if you did you have to think carefully. >> officials down there get this are considering banning the hoverboards on the boardwalk. officials fear the insurance liability and the risk of fire on the wooden span so the town's commission is expected to consider an ordinance this week and we of course will let you know what happens. >> fan decide he had he jumped on the field and started attacking the ref. what happened that set this guy off. howard? >> the nfl draft is this thursday but sam bradford causing problems with the eagles about to draft a quarterback. bradford has changed his tune. the problems and what likely will happen coming up in sports. and forget dressing up for your next date, night out. one restaurant wants to you strip down, way down, what they say will happen when you eat dinner naked. >> now with tomorrow's traffic here's bob kelly.
good evening, everybody. going to be doing some paint work this week. tomorrow the penndot crews are coming to the schuylkill expressway. they're going to be painting new lines from south philadelphia they'll go all the way out to cop and flip that u-turn laverne and at the same time another paint crew paint something lines along 202 from king of prussia pretty much down to 95, and then throughout the day tomorrow, watch for some lane shifts in the work zone over here on the 42 freeway. have a great night. we'll see you bright and early tomorrow morning. we'll check the jam cams and the voting forecast starting at 4:00. china. india. some of the world's worst polluters. as
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everything but quite morning for residents in this oklahoma neighborhood after this garbage truck slammed into two homes. the crash happened just before noon today near oklahoma city and police think the driver might have had a medical condition, nobody else is hurt. the ohio attorney general's office is not yet released autopsy results for the eight members of the same family killed on friday. authorities are exam bling to determine who killed the eight last week and killings have shaken residence of their rural southern ohio commune n all had one shot in the head execution style. youngest victim just 16. they found marijuana operations at the three of the crime scenes but didn't say if the deaths
were linked to marijuana. typical ride on the washington, d.c. metro turns terrifying for passengers on one train. >> smoke was inside the tunnel so their train stopped and the lights went out. >> no, no! >> oh, god! >> you can hear the panic clearly on that train saturday night. some say they could see smoke and flames and even worse they say they were getting no response from metro employees who themselves were acting panicked. here's what one passenger saw. >> the lights are off complete completely. i don't remember if we were in the second car or the third car at this point. but we're all slowly moving because they're backed up. lights are off and then all of a sudden we heard an explosion and looked out the window and there's fire i saw that happened about two or three times i would say. >> the passengers all got off the train safely. metro says it's still investigate wagon was smoking but it says despite what passengers heard, there were no
explosions. manic seconds that almost take teen's life. this truck comes crashing down trapping the boy' head on a tire. who just happened to be driving by that helped save his life. and it was the shock of a lifetime. thieves kicked in his back door and stole 44 of his pistols and rifles. he says law enforcement was too slow tooth's chase down the bad guys. where some of those guns ended up as fox 29 investigates. kathy. >> we've been riding high with the jet stream with all the towel weather to the north. but that is going to change as this sinks down we're talking about a very cool change after a stormy day tomorrow. details coming up when we come back.
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investigate a shooting on the 800 block of sangor street. a 16-year-old girl was grazed in the ear. she was taken to saint christopher's in stable condition. right now police have not found the gun and they do not have any suspects. police in wilmington arrested eight people and seize the 18atv's after residents complained about the wild
dangerous driving. officers saw the riders but did not chase after them because they were driving erratically the officers say. eventually police saw them going into a storage facility and stopped them all. police say one of them tried to fight but cops got the upper hand that man and an officer have minor injuries. surveillance video shows this pick up dropping several feet crashing to the ground. what you can see though the teenager trapped in the wheel well. >> the teen was changing a tire when the truck slipped off its jack. >> i had my head under here, the car was up on the jack. and then it just collapsed. >> when the truck slipped it trapped 17-year-old cameron king's head and shoulders pinning him above the tire. he was screaming for help thank goodness a ups driver just happened to drive by right then, stopped, hemmed out. he and a few neighbors were able to lift the truck just enough to free cameron by the time firefighters had arrived now the firefighters didn't realize how bad it all was until they saw the video days later. >> the truck was on top of his
head. i was pretty surprised. i saw the tire marks on the side of his face and little bit of swelling and tough kid. >> apparently -- i was heart broken because what i did hear students say is that you were screaming for help and i wasn't here. >> that's a mom talking right there. cameron brought cookies to the firefighters who helped him and took him to the hospital to get check out. he says the near death experience has him focused on what's really important now. huge fire tour through this arizona apartment complex under construction. we showed you the this incredible video last week the buildings destroyed. neighbors forced to leave. the smoke from those flames created an unforgettable moment for one couple celebrating a major milestone nearby. this is jt and carly morrison's first dance as man and wife. they started their first dance when their photographer notice d the growing plume of smoke in the background. no one at the reception realized what was going on at the time.
>> played a pretty big role in most of the reception and what people were talking about and, you know, that's what we want. we want to capture what's happening, not, you know, our vision of it in our head. >> at first the photographer tried to avoid the smoke in his pictures but then decided to capture what was happening. the bride and the groom are glad he did. still no word tonight on how that fire started. >> they've got pictures nobody else has. >> speaking of sparks, we've got storms sparking up kathy orr. >> they are going to be popping up late tomorrow afternoon and evening. so get out the vote early for that primary. you can see in old city philadelphia it's really quiet out there but very pleasant. the temperature 66. the normal high for this time of year is 67. just to put this in perspective high today 76 degrees with winds out of the south southeast at 5 miles an hour. 62 in wilmington. 57 the poconos. 67 degrees right now in allentown. you can see 59 in millville. but look at the difference from the city to the shore. in camden 63.
but avalon only 56. cooler with that owing breeze, ocean water temperatures still in the lower 50'ss. high pressure that is giving us very pleasant weather will move off the coast tomorrow but we still get that strong southerly flow and temperatures will boost with some sunshine to around 80 degrees. but we'll watch this front an area of low pressure move through bringing us some summer like storms by the afternoon. so for the morning commute, this storm or these storms will have no impact. but by the afternoon, and the evening, there will be a high impact on your commute with showers, thunderstorms, and maybe some small hail associated with these thunderstorms. as we go hour by hour, no issues through the overnight. a few showers through the poconos. during the early morning hours. and then during the morning we'll see a good deal of sunshine. temperatures will be warping up very quickly through the 70s. by the afternoon, a few clouds roll through but it's really by about three, 4:00 o'clock that we see some showers and thunderstorms popping up by about five right along that i-95
corridor, of course, in time for that evening rush, by 6:00 o'clock, interior south jersey, and then down the shore between six and sevenning then it clears the coast and it will be very pleasant evening. so do expect gusty winds and once again the possibility of hail with some of these storms. so strong potentially some isolated severe storms. in the city, 60 overnight. in the suburbs 55. increasing clouds with that southerly wind keeping it nice. tomorrow going for 80 degrees with afternoon showers and storms. westerly winds becoming southwesterly gust to 25 miles an hour and late tomorrow night they become a little bit more northwesterly which is a cool wind so tomorrow the warmest day of the week and then we go below average as we end the month of april. on the exclusive fox 297 day forecast, from the weather authority, look at this. wednesday 66. thursday more clouds and showers. as that front wants to stick around morning clouds friday. pretty nice over the weekend for the ms walk looking good there, lucy, we know you'll be out there.
>> temperatures in the 60s and by monday another storm comes our way potential al rainstorm with temperatures in the lower 60s. so after tomorrow, it's kind of downhill in temperature. (laughter). >> all right. soak it in while you can. >> enjoy it. >> i'll take it and kathy, thank you. soccer fan decides he has had it. he jumps on the field starts attack the ref. what happened that set this guy off. >> it look like candy to young children tens of thousands to the hospital every year and it's only getting worse. what you should do right now to protect your kiddos from laundry dieter jenn pods. and forget dressing up for your next date out. >> really. >> one restaurant wants to you strip down, way down watch they say will happen when you eat dinner naked. >> say it isn't so. >> are you kiddin kidding me. >> my turn to read. sorry. i was thinking about the naked dinner. trobe wake up with good day ladies hoping to get pregnant have we got something for you. a few foods you're probably eating every day could be huring your chances of conceiving. what you might want to start eating and what you might want
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to the field an tacked referee. home team was down and the last few minutes of the game which might have set off that fan's reaction. officials ended up suspending the whole game. son of a pennsylvania man with deep ties to philadelphia says he lives with the fear innocent victim will be shot with his stolen firearms.
>> he claims investigators drop the ball in the case. fox 29 investigators is on this story. here's jeff cole. >> reporter: for nearly three decades philadelphia native michael hoffman has owned what he calls 2 acres ground here in the rolling hills and running water of solely van county, pa. hoffman, 60, a carpenter by trade and battling cancer, lives by a stream in a small home where the wildlife he and his sons have taken hang in the front room. >> if you were out on ranch you carry a little arrival like this. >> reporter: he's an avid hunter an gun collector. by mid year, 2010, his collection had grown to 44 firearm. >> winchesters, all revolve verse, 45 revolve verse from the cowboy days. >> reporter: then one day he returned from a medical appointment. >> when we got home we realized we were robbed. >> reporter: what did you see when you got in your house.
>> a disaster. >> reporter: his back door had been kicked in, and all his rivals and revolve verse were gone from the gun cabinets and saves he used to secure them. >> the one door was peeled all the way open. and the other one it was peeled down at the top and they took the guns out of it. >> reporter: hoffman says, he quickly called the state police who patrolled the tiny community, and he posted a $5,000 reward. a trooper came out to investigate the break in, but from that day to this one, hoffman believes law enforcement drop the ball in tracking the case and securing his stolen arsenal. he says, it's why he came to fox 29 investigates. >> i thought that maybe if they would have got on the ball a little quicker we might have got them all back and got them off the street. i thought that all along. but they just never done a thing. >> michael hoffman says the toughest part about having all his firearms stolen is the fear of a late night telephone call
in which a law enforcement official would tell him someone had been sto*t shot with one of his guys. we traveled over three hours to sullivan county to tell his story. hoffman says, six months past before he met with a state police investigators who would track the guns. police say the delay was new part to missing serial numbers for the guns. he says, when the numbers were entered into a national tracking system soon after the burglary police in hagerstown, maryland, arrested suspects with his arrivals in their trunk. 11 of the weapons returned to hoffman, 33 are still out there. hoffman says, he waited to hear anything new and was stunned to be called to baltimore by prosecutors when according to court records police arrested dwayne morton and thomas wright on narcotics and gun charges. hoffman says, prosecutors said they were carrying his revolve
verse and pressed him for answers. charges against morton were dropped. wright plead guilty and went to jail. >> i was more or less treated like i guess i was a straw buying guns. >> reporter: they thought maybe you were the guy who put the guns on the street? >> i didn't put the guns on the street. >> reporter: but they were thinking that. >> i would imagine so. or i wouldn't have been called all wait down there. >> reporter: meanwhile, pennsylvania state police investigator trooper vincent, who met with us in the sullivan county barracks but refused to speak on camera says he struggled to get enough evidence to build a burglary case for hoffman's gun theft. he told fox 29 investigators federal gun investigators passed on the case. police documents from hagersto hagerstown, maryland, object taped by fox 29 quotes him as telling them he did not get the help from the feds, atf and that he was not going to follow up on the investigation. a spokesperson for the atf says
the agency was contacted a year after hoffman's guns were stolen and adds, cases sometimes are not right for federal prosecution. trooper says he decided to file charges against suspect james anthony reece arrested back in hagerstown in june of 2010 just last year before the five-year window to file charges was about to close. in february, reece plead guilty in a deal to receiving stolen property and was given six months to two years in jail. the part-time county da says, that was the charge all sides agreed on and it was the judge who imposed the sentence. michael hoffman says, it's too little too late and worries about all his guns floating in the underground. >> what are your thoughts about all of it. >> i don't know. i wonder how many times this has happened. how many guns really are on the street.
>> reporter: trooper says there are thee other suspects in hoffman's gun theft case but they remain in maryland. he believes that state police efforts helped to get hoffman's 11 guns off the streets, but overall, hoffman believes the case was bun gelled. jeff cole, fox 29 news. >> fox 29 investigates has been digging into the numbers here. people holding the federal firearms licenses must report lost or stolen weapons win 48 hours. since sandy hook the feds have been publishing those numbers. >> in 2012 pennsylvania top the list. that number drop but nationally nearly 15,000 firearms year go missing. all right. time now for sports. howard? >> well, tom brady finally got what he deserved for cheating. a look at brady finally not getting his way, and sam bradford is supposed to be the leader as the eagles quarterback, but now is acting far from that. that's all coming up in sports.
♪ the nfl draft is only days away. it's this thursday and although the eagles will draft a quarterback witness second pick in the first round, they are now getting a headache from their quarterback sam bradford. come on, sam. through his agent, and i really think that's who is behind this, the eagles were told bradford now wants to be traded. his agent told me the eagles he's not coming to the mini cam us but they are voluntary. now if he doesn't report to the mandatory mini camp, he will get fined and that goes for training camp as well. what did bradford think he was getting when he only signed a two-year deal? no team wanted to give him more when he was free age. his contract calls for 36 million that's not chump change over two years. as the quarterback, he's supposed to be the leader. and this does not show leadership to his teammates if he's not in camp but last week, it wasn't a problem. >> i learned a long time ago to
stay away from all that stuff, you know, it's not the first time that, you know, i've gone through a situation like this, um, i think i learned a long timing a not to worry about anything that i can't control. >> well, you can control your agent, big guy it's about time you tell him you're the boss. he works for you. all right. finally, justice for patriots quarterback tom brady. there is no question that tom brady broke the rules when he deflated footballs and the nfl commissioner roger goodell gave him four game suspension. judge berman in new york overturned the suspension and tom the cheater got off. today, deflate-gate took another turn and the united states second court of appeals ruled judge berman could not overturn. i don't know what he was thinking about that judge any way. i mean, completely, completely got away from labor management. the original decision is good because the commissioner followed the collectively bar we know agreement between the league and the union that he does have the authority to oversee arbitration cases. tom brady will serve the four
game suspension the first four games of the season. but now another voice in defense of brady in road i'd land. >> first of all let's start by saying, leave tom brady alone! (applause). >> leave him alone. leave him alone. he's a great guy. >> hey, don, stick to politics. leave us alone with the tom brady case. just stick to what you're doing, all right? what a cheap way to get votes. the phillies have the night off. begin a series tomorrow in washington. and amazing moment however and patriot tick moment in baseball. 40 years ago, dodgers stadium, rick monday was center fielder fort cubs much these two clowns tried to light the american flag in dodgers stadium and rick monday ran to the rescue. he was forever remembered for that. rick monday was pretty good player. you'll always remember that and sam bradford better wise up. i'm just so tired of these guys. >> maybe you should be his age
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